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chaosjs0010

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  1. Hey there, Thanks for the quick reply..  I seem to have fixed it by doing a malwarebytes repair under the malwarebytes support tool today but I was wondering do you know of an AE Protection Registry Key with what looks like a DWORD 32bit registry entry that says logs and it is set to 0 currently as well plus during even a threat scan via malwarebytes today I noticed this malware scanner process under the process tab of my task manager today..  I am currently wondering is this a part of malwarebytes or is it a possible virus for worse case scenario??  Anyways, Thanks again and Have a wonderful day ahead as well..  Also, Fast Startup is already disabled on my end by the way..

  2. Hello to all, I decided to run a full custom scan on drive C and all of a sudden during the file system scanning part of it where about 152,664 files scanned it decides to soft lockup on malwarebytes scan all of a sudden.... Any ideas why that could happen all of a sudden?  Thanks in advance for listening and Have a wonderful day ahead and also stay safe out there as well..

    Malwarebytes scan stuck 01.jpg

  3. Hello to all, I recently scanned my system in full via custom scan and drive C Only and found a possible suspicious looking potentially unwanted program as well as possible PUP.Optional.InstallCore according to malwarebytes free latest version and I was wondering about it meaning what is it and what does this file do in question.. Anyways, I found it under this folder if this helps any as well:  

    PUP.Optional.InstallCore, C:\WINDOWS\ASSEMBLY\NATIVEIMAGES_V4.0.30319_64\WINDOWS.STORAGE\FA994FAE8EDE5804D7ECC0DAF94EB560\WINDOWS.STORAGE.NI.DLL...  Anyways, Thanks for listening and Have a wonderful day ahead anyhow..

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